1. World Diabetes Day - November 14

    Every 3 minutes another Canadian is diagnosed with diabetes! A healthy and active lifestyle may help prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes. On World Diabetes Day (November 14), we encourage you to participate in an activity of your choice at a time that works best for you and then plan to include physical activity in your schedule every day. 
    Perhaps plan a walk over the lunch hour or after work? See our Indoor and Outdoor Walking Trail maps for routes and distance information. Or visit the Hanson Fitness and Lifestyle Centre in PAWS and try out some of the cardiovascular training equipment, free weights or resistance training machines.

  2. November Lunch & Learn Bulletin

    Join us for "Helping Your Child Succeed at School" to learn how you can support your children in their learning and reward effort rather than outcomes. We all feel better and cope better when we get a good night's sleep. Attend "Healthy Sleep Habits" for a review of key strategies to promote healthy sleeping habits. Learn how to resolve conflict respectfully at "Conflict Resolution in the Workplace".
    For more information on these sessions, please see the Human Resource Services, OHE November 2017 Lunch & Learn Bulletin and visit The Learning Shop to register.

  3. Life Lines: How Taking Care of Your Finances Can Reduce Your Stress Level

    Life Lines is a publication brought to you by the University’s Employee and Family Assistance Program Provider, Homewood Health. With the aim of “Improving Your Quality of Life – One Step at a Time”, this month’s edition focuses on "How Taking Care of Your Finances Can Reduce Your Stress Level". Read Life Lines November 2017 to learn more. Lignes de Vie Novembre 2017"Mettez de L’ordre dans vos Finances et Réduisez votre Niveau de Stress".

  4. Experiencing Acts of Violence or Terrorism - Recovery and Coping Strategies

    The trauma caused by acts of violence can and most often will have a significant emotional impact on people. The combination of atrocity and magnitude of the event, coupled with its unpredictability, will often lead to an intense feeling of vulnerability for our own safety and the safety of others.
    The University's Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) provider has shared a communication Experiencing Acts of Violence or Terrorism  (Être victime d’un acte de violence ou de Terrorisme), for faculty, staff and their dependents impacted by acts of violence or terrorism.

  5. New! "Bouncing Back"

    Be more resilient, productive and happy during times of stress. Bouncing Back is a personal development program about building resiliency to counter stress. Stress is inevitable. Burnout is not. Learn to create awareness of your warning signs and triggers and bounce back from stress. The six-week program starts on Wednesday, November 1, 2017.  For more information and to register, please contact org.health@ualberta.ca. (Registration is now closed)

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